Gunners chief feels no envy over Chelsea star.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has insisted that he has no regrets on not making a move for former skipper Cesc Fabregas, a move that eventually saw him join Chelsea instead, according to the Metro.
The Spaniard made his competitive Blues debut in Monday night’s 3-1 victory over Burnley, in which he was handed the Man of the Match award.
And despite being confronted with the sight of his former protégé in a Chelsea shirt, Wenger has confessed that he still holds no regrets over not making a move for him this summer.
“I think you have to accept professional players move from club to club,” said Wenger.
“It was difficult for me to see him leave us, but once he has left us for one club you accept the idea he can move to some different clubs.
“Of course it was a bit strange [to see him playing for Chelsea], but he had a good game.
“I have no regret about that [Fabregas joining Chelsea] at all, my regret is that he left us.”